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Gottlieb + Loyola: Advancing The Care
Loyola University Health System (LUHS) at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital is a 250-bed, not-for-profit, community hospital founded in 1961. After 50 years, Gottlieb has grown from one small building to a sprawling, 36-acre, university-affiliated, medical center in Melrose Park, located approximately 15 minutes west of downtown Chicago.
Gottlieb became a part of Loyola University Health System in July 2008. Our campus at Melrose Park features:
- Emergency Department and Level II Trauma Center with heliport
- Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine Center
- Sleep Lab and Diagnostic Center
- Birth Center with private labor/delivery/recovery rooms
- Mammography department with osteoporosis testing and educational programs
- Professional Office Building (connected to the hospital) that is home to about 100 physician offices, as well as Eye and Hearing Centers, Gift Shop, and retail Pharmacy
- Adult Day Center and the Rehab Services building (connected to the hospital) where outpatients go for Physical, Occupational and Speech therapies, Cardiac Rehab Phase II and Pulmonary Rehab
- Marjorie G. Weinberg Cancer Care Center
- Home Health Center and Hospice
The 250-bed hospital employs about 1,200 individuals, and has more than 300 physicians and dentists on staff, plus an additional 200 volunteers.